In relation to a lease / tenancy / rental, the Landlord rejects an early termination notice given by the Tenant in relation to the Landlord's breach of the Agreement. This is drafted from the perspective of the Landlord.
This document represents that the Landlord rejects the Tenant's claim that the Landlord has failed to do X and that this alleged breach is material enough to warrant an early termination of the Agreement. No evidence or sufficient details of the alleged breach have been provided and as such, the Landlord rejects this general allegation by the Tenant without any substantiation.
The Landlord notes that the Tenant's early termination notice was for termination on the termination date but the Term under the Agreement does not expire until the original end date.
This document can be used as a template for a Rejection Notice by the Landlord to the Tenant in relation to the Landlord's breach of the Agreement.
This document should be read carefully by the Landlord and the Tenant.
You may customise the document by including details of details such as the address of the property under tenancy, the name of the Tenant, the Termination Date in which the property will be handed back to the Landlord, and the details of the breach of Agreement, and the reasons of rejection.
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